Washington HawthornCrataegus phaenopyrum
The Washington hawthorn is a small, colorful tree that will brighten any landscape. Its pleasant display begins with reddish-purple leaves emerging in spring, then turning dark green as they are joined by a graceful display of white flowers. In autumn, the leaves turn orange, scarlet or purple. Red berries extend the colorful show into winter, often contrasting beautifully with the first winter snow.
- Displays late-blooming white flowers
- Develops vibrant fall color in orange, scarlet, or purple hues
- Produces bright red berries that keep into the winter
- Will be delivered at height of 2'–3'